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2/10/2010 – It is the essential electronic (and 52-page print) magazine for any serious chess player. Edition 134 contains extensive material – games, GM analysis, multimedia commentary – on the FIDE World Cup in Khanty Mansiysk, the London Chess Classic and the World Team Championship in Bursa, plus the latest openings surveys by leading experts. Don't miss it.

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ChessBase Magazin 134

ChessBase Magazine starts into 2010 with three very different tournament highlights:

  • The FIDE World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk was once more carried out as a massive KO tournament with 128 participants and saw in Boris Gelfand a victor who threw into the scales against his rivals, who were almost all younger, his experience and strong nerves.
  • The London Chess Classic consisted of an all-play-all with the 3-point rule and saw a neck to neck race between Magnus Carlsen and Vladimir Kramnik. The world's new number one managed to decide the tournament in his favour.
  • In the World Team Championship in Bursa, Turkey, Russia managed, despite an early slip-up, to defend its title, ahead of the USA which had been leading in the meantime.

ChessBase Magazine also contains:

  • Introductory videos by GMs Carsten Müller and Dorian Rogozenco
  • The latests openings surveys by GMs Marin, Schandorff, Grivas, Kritz, Stohl, Kuzmin, Postny, Langrock, Rogozenco, Karolyi, Krasenkow

ChessBase Magazine comes with 52-page printed supplement and a DVD. It is a stand-alone product which contains a special Reader that give you access to all the data and files on the DVD. You can also use ChessBase Light, which gives you immediate access to the Playchess server as well. Naturally you can read ChessBase Magazine with all ChessBase programs, e.g. ChessBase 10, Fritz 11, 12, Rybka, Shredder, Hiarcs, etc.



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